Hooking up dual workstations

I have two PIII workstations and I want to know how to daisy chain them so that I can use the processing power of both processors for one system.
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Uhm, thats clustering, and thats complicated / expensive stuff.

For NT, use Microsoft Clustering Service
For linux, use Beowulf

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TopQuinAuthor Commented:
Is there a site that you could recommend to learn more about clustering?  
First of all, clustering with Microsoft Platforms is

1. A multi-thousand-dollar operation
2. Extremely complicated
3. Requires software that is "clustering aware"




If you are trying to cluster linux, you cant really do that with less then 4 machines, and i have personally never set a beowulf cluster up

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